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New plant discovered in Northern Territory National ParkPeter Jobson, formerly the chief botanist of the Northern Territory, discovered a new plant in the Judbarra/Gregory National Park.

Kenji Sabine travels to Tasmania's most remote locations for scienceTrail cameras are being installed in remote parts of Tasmania to support scientific research and will be used by academics and PhD candidates at the University of Tasmania.

Blue Mountains key to koala survival?Despite the devastating summer bushfires, the Blue Mountain area region is a climate refuge for the koalas.

Wombats on brink of being critically endangeredConservationists warn that wombats in areas affected by the New South Wales floods are at risk of becoming critically endangered as they struggle against habitat loss, disease and pneumonia.

Bogong moth believed to be making comeback five years after nearing extinctionThe Australian Conservation Foundation's 2022 Bogong moth migration snapshot found population numbers seemed to have increased, but are still a long way from the billions of moths seen before they were declared an endangered species.

The battle for the Otway RangesTwenty years ago, a long and bitter campaign to end native-forest logging came to an end in Victoria’s west. Against all odds, a motley group of conservationists took on power and industry and won.

2023 for Coastrek Twilight 20 kilometresCoastrek just got wilder. Join an epic adventure of fun, fitness, friends and fundraising on 24 March 2023. Fall in love with fitness and enjoy a wild girls’ night out minus the hangover!